Lose the cops – your way. Hit jumps and shortcuts, switch cars, hide out or play to your car's unique strengths by driving off-road, hitting straights or diving into back alleys. Drive anywhere, explore the world, hang out with your friends or toy with the cops. It's about you, your friends and the wildest selection of cars in a heavily policed, urban landscape. What would you do?
Ever since Criterion has started making Need for Speed games, starting with Hot Pursuit, it's undeniable that they've gotten much better, both in terms of quality and gameplay. Much like Hot Pursuit was a reimagining of sorts, Most Wanted is doing pretty much the same. It is strange, given that the original Most Wanted is not that old, but being one of the more popular Need for Speed games on next-gen consoles, it makes sense that Criterion would want to relate their next game to a fan favorite. Criterion's Most Wanted doesn't deal with overly cheesy cinematics, filled with terrible acting. It focuses on pure adrenaline, and pure, unadulterated racing. So much so, that it even cuts down on menu navigations, but I'll get to that later. You're still on a... Read Review